Joe Salerno, editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and academic vice president of the Mises Institute, discusses Ludwig von Mises’ thoughts on nationalism, immigration, and the state.
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The Mises Institute’s hometown of Auburn, Alabama made national news this week as Richard Spencer was allowed to speak on the university’s campus following a court ruling. The event was a win for free speech, but also revealed Spencer’s affinity for socialism and the state. Instead of being a dangerous “thought criminal”, is Richard Spencer […]
Does liberalism require “open borders”? Is nationalism compatible with individual rights? Is democratic majoritarianism a form of colonialism, with predictably bad outcomes for minority populations? And, can mass immigration be reconciled with self-determination?
by Jeff Deist Decentralization and devolution of state power is always a good thing, regardless of the motivations behind such movements. Hunter S. Thompson, looking back on 60s counterculture in San Francisco, lamented the end of that era and its imagined flower-child innocence: So now, less than five years later, you can go up on […]
Yuri Maltsev gives a great talk at a Mises event titled “Strategies for Changing Minds Toward Liberty.” Maltsev speaks on how to sell liberty in the modern times of national delusions and mad crowds. Maltsev talks on bipartisanship, fear and the Soviet system. EconomicPolicyJournal.com: Selling Liberty: National Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.